Easter is just around the corner and these Easter crafts and activities are a fun and creative way to celebrate the holiday.
*Tip – For and easier footprint my little guy sat in his highchair and we painted his feet and got the footprints that way!
This was a fun and easy craft to do with your little ones and it is great for dexterity, creativity, and the cotton balls are definitely sensory!
A fun and easy way to dye eggs using food colouring, vinegar, and eggs!
A fun way for kids to use their imagination and create an Easter scene over and over again!
Have fun exploring outside for some leafs to use for this craft! Once you’ve found your leafs you will be using coffee to dye your eggs for this craft!
Make one of the most anticipated Easter treats right at home with this fun recipe! Once the marshmallows are made kids love helping out to decorate them with coloured sugar.
Another fun way to dye your Easter Eggs with fun colours (and it probably smells awesome too!).
Dipped marshmallows using candy melts and sprinkles! A versatile treat, perfect for Easter (or any other occasion).
A fun way for kids to create the baskets to hold their treats! Use them for a mini Easter Egg hunt or to make for sweet little Easter gifts!
A fun twist on painting Easter Eggs and creating a card for friends and family for Easter.
Those plastic easter eggs that you can buy from almost anywhere around Easter come in handy if you’re looking for something educational, physical for energy burning and Easter related all in one.
A great way for kids of all ages to explore their senses. By using items that you already have in your home or taking a quick trip to the dollar store you can create Sensory Bin for any occasion that will keep your kids entertained for hours. Plus, it’s a great activity for fine motor skills!
A fun printable Easter Game for everyone to play! Grab some mini candies to use as markers and play a round or two of Easter Bingo.
There really is nothing like homemade Easter treats and this chocolate covered peanut butter eggs recipe will hit the spot! Best of all this is a ‘no bake’ recipe, perfect for little helpers.
A fun activity to make and add to an Easter Card, treat bags or as an activity for little ones to create at your Easter gathering.